In law school, Allie Ji served on the Dean’s Student Advisory Council and was president of the China Law Society.
Allie provides counsel and legal opinions in connection with a wide range of formation, operational, and governance matters involving Delaware limited partnerships and limited liability companies. Her practice includes advising clients on mergers, acquisitions, conversions, and dissolutions, as well as investment fund, structured finance, joint venture, and financing transactions. She also focuses on litigation in the Delaware Court of Chancery and Delaware Superior Court involving corporate governance, corporate control, mergers and acquisitions, valuation, fiduciary duties, contractual disputes, and other commercial disputes.
Allie was the co-translator of the Chinese edition of Why Privacy Matters, by Neil Richards. She was media and symposium editor for Washington University Global Studies Law Review. Allie also represented Washington University School of Law in Jessup International Moot Court, and the team was one of the 16 U.S. teams that marched into the International Advanced round.